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Memories of Hoosier Homemakers Series
Arnold, Eleanor. Feeding Our Families. West Lafayette, IN: Indiana Extension

Homemakers Association, 1983.

Quotes from Arnold's oral history interviews. First in the series. 153 pages.

Arnold, Eleanor. Party Lines, Pumps, and Privies. West Lafayette, IN: Indiana

Extension Homemakers Association, 1984.

Quotes from Arnold's oral history interviews. Second in the series. 176 pages.

Arnold, Eleanor. Buggies and Bad Times. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1985.

Quotes from Arnold's oral history interviews. Third in the series. 170 pages.

Arnold, Eleanor. Girlhood Days. Indiana: Indiana Extension Homemakers

Association, 1987.

Quotes from Arnold's oral history interviews. Fourth in the series. 202 pages.

Arnold, Eleanor. Going to Club: Seventy-Five Years with Extension Homemakers.

West Lafayette, IN: Indiana Extension Homemakers Association, 1988.

Quotes from Arnold's oral history interviews. Fifth in the series. 175 pages.

Arnold, Eleanor. Living Rich Lives. West Lafayette, IN: Indiana Extension

Homemakers Association, 1990.

Quotes from Arnold's oral history interviews. Sixth in the series. 244 pages.

Arnold, Eleanor. "Memories of Hoosier Homemakers." Traces of Indiana and

Midwestern History 5 no. 4 (Fall 1993): 18-29.

A sampling of quotations compiled from oral history interviews with Hoosier women.

Steinson, Barbara J. "Memories of Hoosier Homemakers: A Review Essay." Indiana

Magazine of History 86 no. 2 (June 1990): 197-246.

A review of Eleanor Arnold's Memories of Hoosier Homemakers series. Footnotes included.




Regional Indiana
Ashendel, Anita J. She is the Man of the Concern: Entrepreneurial Women in the Ohio

Valley, 1790-1860. Thesis, PhD, Purdue University, 1997.

Demonstrates women's activity in the merchant community since Indiana's Frontier days. Includes bibliographical references. 168 pages.

Cramton, Willa G. Women Beyond the Frontier: a Distaff View of Life at Fort Wayne.

Fort Wayne, IN: Historic Fort Wayne, 1977.

A brief discussion of the life of early female settlers in Fort Wayne. 36 pages.

Fort Wayne, Indiana Branch American Association of University Women. Memorable


Fort Wayne Women: a Women's History Project of American Association of University Women, Fort Wayne, Indiana Branch. Fort Wayne, Indiana: The Association, 1988.

Biographical sketches of several Fort Wayne women. Includes bibliographies.

Marshall, Joan E. "The Changing Allegiances of Women Volunteers in the Progressive

Era, Lafayette, Indiana, 1905-1920." Indiana Magazine of History 96 no. 3 (September 2000): 251-285.

Provides a history of women's activity in Lafayette during the Progressive Era. Footnotes included.

Robinson, Robert V. "Making Ends Meet: Wives and Children in the Family Economy

of Indianapolis, 1860-1920." Indiana Magazine of History 92 no. 3 (September 1996): 197-234.

Discusses women, children, and their work between 1860 and 1920 in Indianapolis. Footnotes included.

Siegel, Peggy. "Industrial "Girls" in an Early Twentieth-Century Boomtown: Traditions

and Change in Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1900-1920." Indiana Magazine of History 99 no. 3 (September 2003): 231-53.

Describes the lives of early twentieth century female industrial workers in Fort Wayne. Footnotes included.

Sleeper-Smith, Susan. Indian Women and French Men: Rethinking Cultural Encounter


in the Western Great Lakes. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2001.

A history of the native women from the Great Lakes region that includes present day Indiana who married French traders. Includes bibliographical references. 234 pages.


Religious Orders
Guerin, Mother Theodore

*Catholic nun who came to Indiana in 1840 and founded the Sisters of Providence religious order at St. Mary-of-the-Woods Indiana.

Burton, Katherine and Mary K. Doyle. The Eighth American Saint: the Life of Mother



Theodore Guerin, Foundress of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the Woods Indiana. Reprint: Skokie, IL: ACTA Publishing, 2007, 1959.

An updated version of Burton's 1959 biography of Mother Theodore Guerin, titled Faith is the Substance. 269 pages.

Joseph, Sister Eleanor, S.P. Call to Courage: a Story of Mother Theodore Guérin. Notre

Dame, IN: Dujarie Press, 1968.

A shorter biography of Mother Theodore Guerin. 94 pages.

Madden, Sr. Mary Roger, SP. "'No Land of Exile': The Life of Mother Theodore

Guerin." Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History 12 no. 1 (Winter 2000): 17-21.

A short biographical sketch of Mother Theodore Guerin. Suggested readings but no footnotes.

Mitchell, Penny Blaker. Mother Theodore Guerin: a Woman for Our Time: Foundress of

the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the Woods, Indiana. Saint Mary-of-the Woods, IN: Sisters of Providence, 1998.

A biography of Mother Theodore Guerin. Includes bibliographical references. 175 pages.

Mug, Mary Theodore, ed. Journals and Letters of Mother Theodore Guerin. St. Mary

of the Woods, IN: Providence Press, 1937.

A compilation of Mother Theodore Guerin's writings. 452 pages.



Miscellaneous

Clifford, Elizabeth Ann. The Story of Victory Noll. Huntington, Indiana: Our Lady of

Victory Missionary Sisters, 1981.

A history of the Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters of Huntington, Indiana. Includes bibliographical references.

Costin, M. Georgia. Priceless Spirit: a History of the Sisters of the Holy Cross, 1841

1893. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1994.

A history of the Sisters of the Holy Cross, a religious order of nuns affiliated with the University of Notre Dame. Includes bibliographical references. 268 pages.

Lawless, Elaine J. God's Peculiar People: Women's Voices & Folk Tradition in a

Pentecostal Church. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 1988.

Discusses southern Indiana women's activity within the Pentecostal church. Includes bibliographical references. 159 pages.



Social Movements

Barrows, Robert G. "Building Up the State: Women Reformers and Child Welfare Work

in Indiana During WWI." Mid-America LXVVII (Fall1995): 267-83.

A summary of women's reform efforts. Includes bibliographical references.

Blee, Kathleen M. Women of the Klan : Racism and Gender in the 1920s. Berkeley:

University of California Press, 1991.

Part two discusses the activities of female members of the KKK in Indiana and offers biographical sketches of some influential female members. 228 pages.

Canup, Charles E. "The Temperance Movement and Legislation in Indiana. Part 1"


Indiana Magazine of History 16 no. 1 (March 1920): 3-37.

Surveys temperance reform activity in Indiana, specifically focusing on women's involvement.

Canup, Charles E. "The Temperance Movement and Legislation in Indiana. Part 2"

Indiana Magazine of History 16 no. 2 (June 1920): 112-152.

Surveys temperance reform activity in Indiana, specifically focusing on women's involvement.

Hendrickson, Frances. Hoosier Heritage, 1874-1974: Woman's Christian Temperance

Union. Indianapolis, IN: N.P., 1974.

A history of Indiana's Woman's Christian Temperance Union. 206 pages.

Kolmerten, Carol A. Women in Utopia: the Ideology of Gender in the American Owenite

Communities. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1990.

Includes a description of women at New Harmony, Indiana. Bibliographical references. 219 pages.

Springer, Barbara A. Ladylike Reformers: Indiana Women and Progressive Reform,

1900-1920. Thesis, PhD: Indiana University, 1985.

A summary of Indiana women's reform activities during the Progressive Era. Includes bibliographical references. 290 pages.



Sports
Blair, Susanne P. The History and Development of Girls' High School Sport in the State

of Indiana. Thesis (P.E.D.)--Indiana University, 1991.

A history of high school women's sports in Indiana. Includes bibliographical references. 266 pages.

Gregorich, Barbara. "Women in Baseball: Indiana's Dynamic Heritage." Traces of


Indiana and Midwestern History 5 no. 2 (Spring 1993): 26-35.

A history of women who played baseball, beginning at the turn of the twentieth century. No footnotes or suggested readings.



Suffrage/Women's Rights
Basch, Norma. "Relief in the Premises: Divorce as a Woman's Remedy in New York and

Indiana, 1815-1870." Law and History Review 8 (September 1990): 1-24.

A comparison of divorces in New York and Indiana during the nineteenth century. Includes bibliographical references.

Cox, Kate Meehan. The History of Woman's Suffrage in the State of Indiana, 1816-



1883. Thesis, Indiana University, 1927.

A history of the struggle for woman's suffrage in Indiana. Includes bibliographical references. 169 pages.

Indiana Women's History Association. Indiana Women: 150 Years of Raised Voices:

Sesquicentennial of Indiana's First Indiana Women's History Association. Indianapolis, IN: Association, 2001.

A short, nine page booklet that discusses the first women's rights convention in Indiana. No footnotes.

Jenckes, Virginia E. "Their Most Ardent Pleader for Women's Rights": Congresswoman

Virginia E. Jenckes." Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History 17 no. 1 (Winter 2005): 36-43.

A biography of Indiana's first congresswoman. Suggested readings but no footnotes.

La Flamme, Janice Marie. The Strategy of Feminine Protest: A Rhetorical Study of the


Campaign for Women's Rights in Indiana, 1881. Thesis, A.M., Indiana University, 1968.

A history of the 1881 campaign for women's rights in Indiana. Includes bibliographical references. 121 pages.

McCarty, Virginia Dill. "From Petticoat Slavery to Equality: Women's Rights in Indiana

Law." in Bodenhamer, David J. and Randall T. Shepard, eds. The History of Indiana Law. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 2006: 177-192.

A detailed overview of the suffrage and women's rights movements in Indiana. Footnotes included.

Scholten, Pat Creech. "A Public 'Jollification': the 1859 Women's Rights Petition Before

the Indiana Legislature." Indiana Magazine of History 72 no. 4 (December 1976): 347-359.

A summary of the 1859 Indiana women's campaign for legal protections under the 1859 revised constitution. Footnotes included.

Seward, Linda Gail. The Equal Rights Amendment Campaign in Indiana: a Study of


Ideas and Arguments. Thesis, PhD, Purdue University, 1991.

A history of the efforts to achieve an equal rights amendment in Indiana. Includes bibliographical references. 294 pages.

Siegel, Peggy. "The Long Struggle for Suffrage in Fort Wayne." Indiana Magazine of

History 102 no. 3 (September 2006): 220-257

A historical sketch of suffrage activity in Fort Wayne. Footnotes included.

Sloan, L. Alene. Some Aspects of the Woman Suffrage Movement in Indiana. Thesis,

Ball State University, 1982.

An overview of the history of women's suffrage in Indiana. Footnotes included. 155 pages.

Wynkoop, Mary Ann. Dissent in the Heartland the Sixties at Indiana University.

Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2002.

Includes a discussion of women's activities in chapter 6, "The Women's Movement: An Idea Whose Time Had Come" (pages 135-52). Includes bibliographical references. 214 pages.




War
Mayberry, Virginia and Dawn E. Bakken. "The Civil War Home Front: Diary of a

Young Girl, 1862-1865." Indiana Magazine of History 87 no. 1 (March 1991): 24-103.

A compilation of Civil War diary entries. Footnotes included.

Mayberry, Virginia. "Draftee's Wife: A Memoir of World War II." Indiana Magazine of


History 79 no. 4 (December 1983): 305-329.

A civilian perspective on World War II from the wife of a serviceman, who resided in Middlebury, Indiana. Footnotes included.

Rodgers, Thomas D. "Hoosier Women and the Civil War Home Front." Indiana


Magazine of History 97 no. 2 (June 2001): 105-128

A summary of women's activity during the Civil War. Footnotes included.

Seigel, Peggy Brase. "She Went to War: Indiana Women Nurses in the Civil War."

Indiana Magazine of History 86 no. 1 (March 1990): 1-27.

A history of women's nursing activities in the Civil War. Footnotes included.

Woolley, Alma S. "A Hoosier Nurse in France: the World War I Diary of Maude

Frances Essig." Indiana Magazine of History 82 no. 1 (March 1986): 37-68.

Diary entries from World War I. Footnotes included.

Women's Clubs
Breighner, Kathryn Washburn. The Loyal Women's Club: Journal Entries of Rural

Indiana Women, 1917-1936. Harbor Springs, MI: Concierge Publications, 2004.

A transcription of the minutes of the Loyal Women's Club, who gathered to support the war effort during WWI, mostly through Red Cross work. 137 pages.

Courtney, Grace Gates. History Indiana Federation of Clubs. Fort Wayne, IN: Fort

Wayne Printing Co., 1939.

A brief history of the club movement in Indiana followed by a history of the Indiana Federation of Clubs. No bibliographical references.

Doehleman, Cora M. A History of the Indiana Division of the American Association of


University Women. N.P.: Indiana Division of the American Association of the American Association of University Women, 1949.

A historical description of the Indiana branch of the American Association of University Women, compiled by its members. 85 pages.

Dunn, Caroline. Indianapolis Propylaeum: A History of the Indianapolis Propylaeum.

N.P., 1938.

A history in booklet form of the Indianapolis Propylaeum, a women's financed by female stockholders who incorporated in 1888 under the leadership of May Wright Sewall. 61 pages.

Ferguson, Earline Rae. "The Woman's Improvement Club of Indianapolis: Black Women

Pioneers in Tuberculosis Work, 1903-1938." Indiana Magazine of History 84 no. 3 (September 1988): 237-261.

A summary of the work of the Women's Improvement Club. Footnotes included.

Ferguson, Earline Rae. A Community Affair: African-American Women's Club Work in


Indianapolis, 1879-1917. Thesis, PhD, Indiana University, 1997.

A history of African American women's clubs in Indianapolis. Includes bibliographical references. 296 pages.

Ferguson, Earline Rae. "Sisterhood and Community: the Sisters of Charity and African

American Women's Health Care in Indianapolis, 1876-1920." In Lucy Elderveld Murphy and Wendy Hamand Venet, Midwestern Women: Work, Community, and Leadership at the Crossroads. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1997.

A discussion of the work of the Sisters of Charity in Indianapolis. Includes bibliographical references.

Greenough, Katherine Croan and Donna Langfitt. A History of the League of Women



Voters of Indiana 1920-1952. N.P., The League, 1977.

A history of the League of Women Voters of Indiana compiled by its members. 80 pages.

Haines, Tella and Lettie Trefz, eds. The Indiana Federation of Business and Professional

Women's Clubs, Inc.: A History, 1918-1968. Indianapolis, IN: The Federation, 1968.

A historical description of the Indiana Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, compiled by its members. Includes reprinted information from an earlier 1947 edition. 179 pages.

Kleinsasser, Marian Towne. That All May Be One: Centennial History of Church

Women United in Indianapolis, 1898-1998. Indianapolis, IN: Pine Hill Press, 1998.

A history of the Church Women United in Indianapolis, an organization of interdenominational women. Includes bibliographical references. 245 pages.

Knox, Julie Le Clerc. "The Julia L. Dumont Club of Vevay, Indiana." Indiana Magazine


of History 46 no. 2 (June 1950): 165-178.

A history of the Julia L. Dumont Club, founded in 1886 by Mrs. Estelle Duforer Barker. No footnotes.


Lockridge, Ross F. The Old Fauntleroy Home. New Harmony, IN: New Harmony

Memorial Commission, 1939.

A history of the Minerva Club, one of the earliest women's study clubs in the

state. No footnotes or bibliography. 219 pages.

Moonen, Alida Joyce. The Missing Half: the Experience of Women in the Indianapolis

Anthenaeum Turnverein Women's Auxiliary. Thesis, PhD, Ohio State University, 1993.

Examines the activity of the Anthenaeum Turnverein Women's Auxiliary, a German-American society. Includes bibliographical references. 190 pages.

Schwab, Mrs. Robert. A Record of Service: History and Achievements of the

Indianapolis Section, National Council of Jewish Women. Fort Wayne, IN: Indiana Jewish Historical Society, 1974.

A short historical description of the work of the Indianapolis section of the National Council of Jewish Women, compiled by its members. 31 pages.

Smith, Johnnie Rutland. A 30-year History of the Indiana Federation of Clubs. N.P.,

1969.


A history of the activities of the Indiana Federation of Clubs in the 1940s-1960s. No footnotes. 52 pages.

Wheeler, Lawrence, ed. "The Minutes of the Edgeworthalean Society, 1840-1844."


Indiana Magazine of History 46 no. 2 (June 1950): 179-202.

A transcription of selected minutes of the Edgeworthalean Society, one of the earliest women's study clubs in the state. Minutes in the archives of Indiana University.




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